|Written by||Sheppard Greene and J. Philip Miller|
|Publisher||Sesame Street Inc.|
The song, performed by children, is about racial harmony. The lyrics are about how, despite differences in every imaginable category – world regions and ethnic backgrounds, different skin colors and physical attributes and so forth – everyone is really the same, as in singing with the same voice and song.
Part of the accompanying footage was shot in Playground #2 at the Peter Cooper Village housing complex in the Gramercy section of Manhattan.
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